What knowledge management practices help to boost organisational innovation? A new paper from Dr. Andreeva

What management practices should firms implement in order to benefit from their knowledge resource the most and improve innovativeness? Should firms try to use all possible practices, or focus on some? Does country context matter for the choice of the best combination of practices?

Friday, 21 June 2019

IRC Coalesce Leave No One Behind Building a Public Employment Service and Guidance Model for an Inclusive Labour Market Conference

The photograph incudes key note speakers (Prof Jean Michel Bonvin, University of Geneva and Dr Michael McGann (University of Melbourne) respondents, Dr Fiona Dukelow, UCC and Kevin Empey Work Matters) session chair Mr Niall Egan AGS Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection conference organizer Dr Mary Murphy (Department of Sociology, Maynooth University, PI of IRC Coalesce Funded ACA-PES- A Collaborative Approach to building a Public Employment Service

Thursday, 20 June 2019

Beth Ferri

A Symposium for & by ALL Institute "Inclusion 2.0: Addressing Inequity & Exclusion within Inclusive Policies & Practices"

Guest Speaker, Beth Ferri talks on "Inclusion 2.0: Addressing Inequity & Exclusion within Inclusive Policies & Practices"

Thursday, 20 June 2019

Profile Pic of Mohamed Maalin

ALL Member, Mohamed Maalin speaks at Freedomtech CHAT

CHAT: Community Hub for Accessible Technology

Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Dr Mountford Writes Piece on eHealth for RTÉ Brainstorm

Opinion: eHealth will become a vital component in our future health systems, and while there is more to do, the Irish Government is helping the patient to play a new role.

Tuesday, 18 June 2019

mental Physics - Frank Mulligan with students - Maynooth University

Lecturing Position in Experimental Physics

Lectureship in Experimental Physics

Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Extended Library Loans

Have your books for longer over the summer!

Friday, 14 June 2019

Promotion of Peace on the Korean Peninsula and Rights of Persons with Disabilities Through Sports, Leisure and Culture

ALL Member, Catherine Carty is Keynote Speaker at UNPRPD COSP 12 Event

"The Role of Social Participation through Sports, Leisure and Culture of Persons with Disabilities"

Tuesday, 11 June 2019

Profile photo of Catherine Carty

ALL Members, Catherine Carty and Gerard Masdeu Yélamos are Speakers at the UNCRPD Council of State Parties (COSP) 12

Maximising the power of the CRPD to effect disability inclusion in and through sport

Tuesday, 11 June 2019

A cost-effectiveness analysis of the Incredible Years parenting programme in reducing childhood health inequalities

Work by Donal O'Neill (Department of Economics, Maynooth University and Research Fellow IZA,Bonn,Germany) and Sinéad McGilloway (Department of Psychology, Maynooth University) on the Incredible Years programme is cited in Cribsheet, the NYT Bestseller by @ProfEmilyOster. A published version is available at #Cribsheet

Monday, 10 June 2019